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BGE Theatre, Tuesday 3rd September

The Allianz Business to Arts Awards champion outstanding relationships between business, artists and arts organisations. The Awards seek exceptional partnerships in areas such as sponsorship, commissioning, training and events, staff programmes, CSR initiatives and community engagement.

This year marks the 28th anniversary of the Allianz Business to Arts Awards and Allianz's 19th anniversary of involvement and sponsorship of the Awards. This year also sees the 12th year of the €10,000 Jim McNaughton/TileStyle Bursary for Artists, which is open to emerging artist(s) in any art form. Previous winners include Aisling O'Mara (playwright), Clare Monnelly (theatre), pianist Máire Carroll (music), ballet dancer Gearóid Solan (dance) & sculptor Alva Gallagher (visual art).


Date:
Tuesday 3rd September
Time:
7.30pm
Address:
Bord Gáis Energy Theatre, Docklands, Dublin, Ireland

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